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By Richard C. Alkire, Dieter M. Kolb

Quantity 6 within the well-establish sequence Advances in Electrochemical technology and Engineering covers - between others - such very important themes as time based modulation concepts and laptop modeling via continuum and non-continuum tools. As in all past volumes, the editors have succeeded in making a choice on hugely topical parts of electrochemical examine and in offering authors who're leaders of their fields. the result's a compelling set of stories which serves both good as an exceptional and updated resource of data for knowledgeable researchers energetic within the box in addition to an creation for newbies. From reports of past volumes: 'This is a necessary ebook for researchers in electrochemistry; it covers components of either basic and sensible value, with reports of top quality. the cloth is particularly good provided and the alternative of issues displays a balanced editorial coverage that's welcomed.' The Analyst

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I751 deposited a monolayer of water on Pt(11 1) at 50 K. They show a snapshot of the resulting equilibrium structure. The hydrogen-bonded bilayer honeycomb superlattice exists with some obvious dislocations. All these studies have been performed with the water- Computer Simulations of Electrochemical Interfaces 39 platinum interaction model proposed in Ref. 48, which is discussed in section 3, or a modification of it. 9 Summary A wide variety of different models of the pure water/solid interface have been investigated by Molecular Dynamics or Monte Carlo statistical mechanical simulations.

_ a 10 5 0 1 3 ln . 6 Fig. 24. 6 ~ C c m - Top: ~ . Atom and ion density profiles. Bottom. Total electrostatic potential and component (monopole, dipole, combined monopole plus dipole, quadrupole and octopole) electric multipole potentials. The total potential was calculated from the total electric charge distribution. Note that the sum of monopole and dipole components is smaller than the quadrupole component. (Reproduced with permission from Ref. ) constant electrostatic potential (Fig. 24, top).

Is the angle between the water dipole vector and the surface normal that points into the water phase. Panels a top on the left are sampled from the distance intervals which are indicated by the cuts through the density profile p(z)/p,, on the right. polarization are, according to Lee et al. [137], the balance of (i) the packing forces which tend to produce a dense layer in contact with the surface and (ii) the tendency of molecules to maintain a maximal number of hydrogen bonds. These hydrogen bonds are formed mainly within the adsorbate layer but also between the adsorbate and the second layer.

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